incertae sedis


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incertae sedis

[iŋ¦kər‚tī ′sā·dəs]
(systematics)
Placed in an uncertain taxonomic position.
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Anatomical description of Normanichthys crockeri (Scorpaeniformes, incertae sedis: Family Normanichthyidae).
In sample C2, the most abundant classified bacteria were 5 genera incertae sedis, followed by Prevotella, Ruminobacter, Alistipes, Succinivibrio, Bacteroides and Treponema.
Cytogenetic analysis of three species of Astyanax genus (Pisces, Characidae, Incertae sedis) from freshwaters of Upper Paraguay Basin, Mato Grosso State, Brazil.
At family level, the gut microbiota was generally dominated by Clostridiales family XI Incertae sedis (mean relative abundance 21.8%, with representative genus Ezakiella and Finegoldia ), Enterococcaceae (16.6%, representative genus Enterococcus ), Prevotellaceae (15.2%, representative genus Prevotella ), Bacteroidaceae (6.8%, representative genus Bacteroides ), and Enterobacteriaceae (3.8%, representative genus Escherichia/Shigella ).
Family incertae sedis Genus Cladodoides Maisey, 2001
Actualmente, de acuerdo con Lumbsch y Huhndorf (2007) y la base de datos Index fungorum, el genero Delastria se ubica como Incertae sedis dentro del orden Pezizales (Pezizomycetes, Ascomycota).
Eight shared genera in CF were greater than 1% in abundance, including Prevotella, Pseudomonas, Subdivisions genera incertae sedis, Ruminococcus, Butyrivibrio, Succiniclasticum, Clostridium IV, and Vampirovibrio.
Similar results were also obtained in a Chinese SLE study cohort, in which the authors also isolated nine genera (Rhodococcus, Eggerthella, Klebsiella, Prevotella, Eubacterium, Flavonifractor, and Incertae sedis) that were significantly increased in comparison with controls [20].
The records are presented in the following order: doubtful records, incertae sedis Carex, and Carex species belonging to subgenus Vignea, and subgenus Carex, respectively.
It covers extant taxa, species incertae sedis, fossil taxa, taxa removed from Elmidae, unavailable names, and nomina exclusa.